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1 ASHRAE/IESNA Standard Lighting Requirements Joseph G. Howley Jr., IESNA GE Lighting Immediate Past Chair of ASHRAE SSPC 90.1 Lighting Subcommittee 1

2 How to Get the Standard Standard is now available Visit the ASHRAE Bookstore at or call ASHRAE or

3 Status of State Adoption Meets or Exceeds * Meets or Exceeds In Process of reviewing/considering/adopting *Includes unique versions of the code 3

4 Section 9 - Lighting 1989 vs Comparison Existing Buildings Overview of 1999 Standard Interior Lighting Requirements Whole Building Compliance Approach Space-by-Space Compliance Approach Exterior Lighting Requirements Addenda 4

5 Lighting Section Comparison 1989 vs

6 1989 vs Lighting control credits eliminated Credits for installing automatic control devices replaced with mandatory control requirements Control points for spaces are no longer used Spaces no longer require a certain number of control points Building area power allowances (W/ft 2 ) no longer depend on the size of the buildings Area factor, a function of ceiling height and floor area, is no longer calculated 6

7 1989 vs (cont d) Exterior lighting power requirements are simplified Most replaced with minimum efficacy (lumens/watt) for outdoor lighting fixtures More Stringent Lighting power requirements Requirements based on real lighting models 7

8 Lighting Alterations to Existing Buildings Replacement lighting systems space comply with the lighting power density requirements of Section 9 applicable to that space Any new control devices as a direct replacement of existing control devices shall control of max. square footage as specified in Section 9 and be readily accessible (auto shutoff not required) Exception: Alterations that replace less than 50% of the luminaires in a space need not comply with these requirements 8

9 Lighting Section Review 9

10 Section 9 - Lighting General Application 9.1 Mandatory Provisions 9.2 Prescriptive Path

11 9.1 Lighting General Application Interior spaces of buildings Exterior building features Exterior grounds lighting powered through building Exceptions Emergency lighting Lighting required by life safety statute Lighting within living units of buildings Decorative gas lighting 11

12 Mandatory Space Control Control devices can t control more than 2,500 ft 2 in spaces < 10,000 ft 2 10,000 ft 2 in spaces > 10,000 ft 2 Control must be readily accessible and located so occupants can see the controlled lighting Except for safety or security At least one for each room or space enclosed by ceiling-height partitions 12

13 Mandatory Lighting Control Automatic lighting shutoff Applies to buildings > 5,000 ft 2 Time-scheduling devices Occupant-sensing devices 13

14 Mandatory Exterior Lighting Control Photocells or astronomical time switch required Seven-day electrically-driven, mechanical clocks with trippers, astronomical dial, and four-hour spring-wound storage Seven-day or calendar year, electronic programmable time switches with astronomic correction and battery backup Any of the timers above with a photocell (in place of astronomical correction) Exceptions 14

15 Mandatory Additional Control Many special lighting applications must be controlled separately Display/accent lighting Case lighting Hotel/motel guest room lighting Task lighting Nonvisual lighting Demonstration lighting 15

16 Mandatory Tandem Wiring

17 Mandatory Tandem Wiring Exceptions Separated surface or pendant luminaires Recessed luminaires more than 10 ft apart Other luminaires With three-lamp ballasts On emergency lighting circuits With no available pair With one lamp, high frequency, electronic ballast 17

18 Mandatory Exit Signs Exit signs operating at > 20 W must have a source efficacy > 35 Lumens LED lamps okay CF lamps with electronic ballasts usually okay Majority of incandescent lamps not okay 18

19 Efficacy The ratio of light output to watts input lumens per watt The higher the efficacy, the more efficient the light source 40 watt incandescent = 495 lumens 40 watt fluorescent = 3,150 lumens 19

20 Mandatory Installed Interior Lighting Power Includes all permanent and portable interior lighting intended for general, ambient, or task illumination Includes lamp, power used by ballast, the control (when applicable), current regulators, and any other lighting power draws Exception 20

21 Mandatory Luminaire Wattage Standard incandescent = max. labeled wattage of the luminaire Luminaires with ballasts = wattage of the lamp/ballast combination Line voltage track = min. 30 W per foot Low voltage track = transformer wattage All others as specified 21

22 Lighting Power Allowance Exemptions Theatrical, stage, film, and video production Medical and dental procedures Monuments, Museum and Gallery Exhibits Plant growth or maintenance Equipment lighting or instrumentation installed by manufacturer Refrigerator and Freezer cases Retail display windows Registered Historic Landmarks Advertising or directional signage Exit signs Sale or lighting educational demonstration systems Athletic playing areas with permanent facilities for TV broadcasting Casino gaming areas For use in areas specifically designed for the visually impaired 22

23 Example #1 Calculate the total lighting wattage of a room containing the following fixtures: A. Eight 2-4 Fluorescent Fixtures - Three 4 fluorescent T8 lamps per fixture, 32 Watts - One three-lamp electronic ballast - Ballast Input Wattage 90 Watts B. Six Incandescent Downlights - Specified Lamps 60 Watt, A-line, Medium Screw Base - Maximum labeled wattage of fixture 75 Watts C. 16 Feet of Line Voltage Track - Specified 5 Track Heads - 90 Watts Halogen PAR38 Lamps 23

24 Solution #1: Total Lighting Wattage Calculation Wrong Way! 8 Fixtures x 3 Lamps x 32 Watts per Lamp = 768 Watts 6 Downlights x 60 Watts/A-line lamp = 360 Watts 5 Track Heads x 90 Watts/Halogen Par Lamp = 450 Watts Total Wattage = 1,578 Watts Right Way! 8 Fixtures x 90 Ballast Input Watts = 720 Watts 6 Downlights x 75 Watt Labeled A-line Fixture = 450 Watts 16 Track x 30 Watts/Foot = 480 Watts Total Wattage = 1,650 Watts 24

25 Two Compliance Paths Building Area Method Space by Space Method 25

26 Prescriptive Building Area Method Used for projects involving An entire building A single, independent, and separate occupancy in a multi-occupancy building Most Building Types listed Selection of a reasonably equivalent type is permitted Gross lighted area is multiplied by allowance from Table

27 Prescriptive Gross Lighted Area Sum of total lighted area of a building Measured from the exterior faces of the exterior walls or from the centerline of walls separating buildings Used in the building area method of determining interior lighting power allowance 27

28 Lighting Power Densities Building space models were developed to calculate power densities limits using: Current product performance data Updated efficacy and loss factors New building construction data IES-recommended light levels Professional lighting design consensus 28

29 Building Area Method Lighting Power Densities Hospital W/ft 2 Library W/ft 2 Manufacturing W/ft 2 Museum W/ft 2 Office W/ft 2 Parking Garage W/ft 2 Retail W/ft 2 School W/ft 2 29

30 Example #2 Calculate Total Lighting Power Allowance using the Building Area Method: A. An Office Building - Six floors - Outside Dimensions 200 x Office Building Power Allowance = 1.3 Watts/ft 2 Solution #2 200 x 350 = 70,000 ft 2 per floor 6 Floors x 70,000 ft 2 per floor = 420,000 ft 2 420,000 ft 2 x 1.3 watts per ft 2 = 546,000 watts Total Lighting Power Allowance = 546 kilowatts 30

31 Prescriptive Space-to-Space Method Identify different building types in your project Divide gross lighted area of the building into each of the space types Calculate lighting power allowance Sum all the allowances Advantages More flexible Applicable to all building types 31

32 Space-to-Space Method

33 Additional Interior Lighting Power Decorative luminaires W/ft 2 in space where used Use of fluorescent luminaires designed to eliminate computer screen glare (Defined by IES RP1 requirements.) W/ft 2 Accent Lighting Additional 1.6 W/ft 2, or Additional 3.9 W/ft 2 for fine merchandise 33

34 Example #3 Calculate Total Lighting Power Allowance using the Space by Space Method: A. A Retail Building: - 5,000 ft 2 of Sales Area General Accent Lighting - 1,000 ft 2 of Active Storage Area - Three Enclosed Office 200 ft 2 each - One Conference Room 400 ft 2 - Two Rest Rooms 150 ft 2 each - Corridors 6 wide x 25 long 34

35 Solution - Step #1 Identify the Watts per Square Foot Allowed for Each Space A. A Retail Building: - Sales Area W/ft 2 Additional Power Allowance Accent Lighting W/ft 2 - Active Storage Area W/ft 2 - Enclosed Offices W/ft 2 - Conference Room W/ft 2 - Rest Rooms W/ft 2 - Corridors W/ft 2 35

36 Solution - Step #2 Multiply W/ft 2 allowance by the area of each space. Add to calculate total power allowance A. A Retail Building: Sales: 2.1 W/ft 2 x 5000 ft 2 = 10,500 Watts Active Storage Area: 1.1 W/ft 2 x 1000 ft 2 = 1,100 Watts Enclosed Offices: 1.5 W/ft 2 x (3) 200 ft 2 = 900 Watts Conference Room: 1.5 W/ft 2 x 400 ft 2 = 600 Watts Rest Rooms: 1.0 W/ft 2 x (2) 150 ft 2 = 300 Watts Corridors: 0.7 W/ft 2 x 6 x 25 = 105 Watts TOTAL POWER ALLOWANCE = 13,505 WATTS B. Additional Power Allowance - Accent Lighting Only 1.6 W/ft 2 x 5000 ft 2 = 8,000 WATTS 36

37 The Great Outdoors 37

38 Mandatory Exterior Building Grounds Lighting Luminaires that operate at > 100 W must use a lamp with a source efficacy > 60 lumens/w Exceptions Traffic signals Lighting within outdoor signs Lighting used to illuminate public monuments or registered historic landmarks If a motion sensor controls the lighting application 38

39 Prescriptive Exterior Building Lighting Power Sum of all lighting power allowances for applicable exterior applications Building Entrance w/canopy - 3W/ft 2 Building Entrance - 33 W/linear ft. Building Exit - 20 W/linear ft. Building Facades W/ft 2 39

40 Recent Addendum to Lighting Section Automatic lighting control shut-off required for buildings > 5,000 ft 2, allowed to function in the following ways: Scheduled basis Occupancy sensor basis Using a signal from another control or alarm system that indicating the area is unoccupied Occupant override basis 40

41 Questions? 41

42 How to Get the Standard Standard is now available Visit the ASHRAE Bookstore at or call ASHRAE or

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